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Feelings and emotions can be really tricky at times, can't they? . Sometimes we feel one 'big' emotion, and at other times it can seem like we feel lots of different, often conflicting emotions all at the one time. Does that ring a bell with you?

Similarly, some feelings and emotions can be a bit easier to cope with than others. Sometimes we try to avoid 'feeling' feelings and do other things to help us cope with emotions. Often the things we do to help us cope with emotions we find difficult, distressful or hard to cope with are unhelpful or unhealthy (e.g. eating, smoking, drinking, self-harm, aggression etc.) and can end up causing us more problems over the long-term.

The picture below illustrates that there are loads of different emotions too, some of which you may or may not be aware of. Emotions are tricky aren't they?

If you are finding coping with emotions difficult or you would like to talk over how you are feeling with a psychotherapist or counsellor, you've come to the right place. We can help you find new, more helpful ways of recognising and coping with your emotions to they don't get to that point of being 'too big' or 'too overwhelming' to cope with.

We are here to listen and support you in an understanding, empathic and non-judgemental way. All our therapists and counsellors are highly qualified, experienced and skilled and they will tailor therapy and counselling to you and your needs and preferences. We go at YOUR pace.

Feel free to get in touch for more information, if you have any questions or would like to book an appointment:

Let us support you in finding some new, more helpful ways to cope with your feelings and emotions. The tools you learn with help you in many other areas of life too.

Thanks, Alexandra



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